Tropical peatland stores a large amount of carbon (C) and is an important C
sink. In Malaysia, about 25% of the peatland area has been converted to oil
palm plantation where drainage, compaction and groundwater table control
are prerequisite. To date, relationship between land compaction and C emission
from tropical peatland is scarcely studied. To understand the effect of
compaction on soil carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) flux from tropical
peatland, a laboratory soil column incubation was conducted.

Categories: Guna Tanah, Tanah
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